Sturbridge's mother had two lambs and rejected Sturbridge from feeding. An agriculture student purchased him in an effort to save him from being slaughtered. He was bottle fed for the first 8 weeks of his young life. He was great friends with Cotton, a young goat, who was also saved from slaughter and arrived at the farm at the same time.
Lilly Rose was brought to Winslow Farm because her mother died when she was born. A Winslow Farm volunteer took her in and nursed the baby lamb until she was ready to join the other animals at the farm. Now fully grown, she still loves to run around and jump with the young volunteers.